The University of Houston Libraries Digital Research Commons team is pleased to announce DH@UH, a new series of programs aimed at convening humanists, data scientists, librarians, and digital humanities practitioners at every level at UH.
The inaugural program in this series, DH@UH: Building Connections, is a three-day virtual event on April 19 – 21 via Zoom that will showcase digital humanities collaborations by research teams across UH, including innovative classroom projects that forge partnerships with public communities and digital projects that reanimate texts and archives by centering voices of marginalized or silenced peoples.
Join students, librarians, and faculty for a program highlighting the breadth of digital humanities work ongoing at UH. Discussion sessions will explore the practical challenges of starting and sustaining DH projects and how those who are interested in engaging this work can discover and take advantage of existing opportunities on campus.
DH@UH is a joint venture of UH Libraries, the College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences, the College of Technology, and the Graduate School.
Registration for DH@UH: Building Connections is required, but is free and open to the entire UH community. Sessions will be held online via Zoom. Registration information and the full program will be announced soon.